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I picked this guy up 11 days ago but he didn't go in for a Spa day until Monday. He's just come home and is very happy and chilled. With a huge thanks to Dariusz at DSR Perfection let me finally introduce Cranky to the board.

Edit: It appears I'm rubbish at imbedding images. Bear with me folks.









 

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Cranky's looking good - told you he would! Hope you're enjoying him(?) after all the shenanigans! Dariusz will be an expert at these Bears now!
 

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pmburton said:
Cranky's looking good - told you he would! Hope you're enjoying him(?) after all the shenanigans! Dariusz will be an expert at these Bears now!
I think he wants one :lol:
 

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Cranky in the rain. The beading is due to his spa day treatment, I don't think I could achieve that myself with wax (or be bothered to)



 

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impressive
 

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What kind of coating(s) did you have?
 

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Hugh Fanism said:
The beading is due to his spa day treatment, I don't think I could achieve that myself with wax (or be bothered to)
You could and would achieve the same beading with any wax or even quick wax in spray. I do wax my car 2-3 times a year and use quick wax now and then after car wash (10-minute job). But you really have to like this kinda stuff and I love to care about my cars. My detailed car wash with applying wax, trim dressing and glass coating takes usually 6 hours or more ;)
 

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Very smart. Good luck keeping it that immaculate. :lol:
 

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BikeBert said:
Hugh Fanism said:
The beading is due to his spa day treatment, I don't think I could achieve that myself with wax (or be bothered to)
You could and would achieve the same beading with any wax or even quick wax in spray. I do wax my car 2-3 times a year and use quick wax now and then after car wash (10-minute job). But you really have to like this kinda stuff and I love to care about my cars. My detailed car wash with applying wax, trim dressing and glass coating takes usually 6 hours or more ;)
I no longer have the will, the time, or even a space I can clean/wax it in. I used to enjoy it a long time ago but I can't be hooped now.
 

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Colin Lambert said:
Very smart. Good luck keeping it that immaculate. :lol:
It was quite filthy when I took those, it wasn't that noticeable on the bonnet.
 

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Swindiaq said:
What kind of coating(s) did you have?
It's gtechniq crystal serum light with two coats of exoV3 on top.
 

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John from Blackpool said:
Cranky looks great,been watching all the cleaning programs on utube,so I can do mine,never been as excited about getting a car,had 3 but this something special.😀
I won't ever be washing Cranky. I'll be taking care of the interior and letting hand car wash people deal with the outside. The only thing I use car wax for is to polish a table I made with epoxy resin on top :lol:
 
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